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Security matters! But it doesn't happen unless we make it happen. Some large Jabber services on the Internet are working to require encrypted communications in time for the 10th anniversary of Jabber technologies on January 4, 1999. In preparation, we're planning to hold a Secure Communications Week, October 4 - October 11, 2008. Read on for details.
 
Security matters! But it doesn't happen unless we make it happen. Some large Jabber services on the Internet are working to require encrypted communications in time for the 10th anniversary of Jabber technologies on January 4, 1999. In preparation, we're planning to hold a Secure Communications Week, October 4 - October 11, 2008. Read on for details.
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== Which Services are Participating? ==
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== Help, I Can't Log In!!! ==
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For real-time help, visit the [http://speeqe.com/room/jabber@conference.jabber.org/ webchat interface] to the [xmpp:jabber@conference.jabber.org?join jabber@conference.jabber.org] chat room.
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Or post to the [http://mail.jabber.org/mailman/listinfo/juser JUser discussion list] via email or [http://jabberforum.org/forumdisplay.php?f=21 web forum].
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== Which IM Services are Participating? ==
 
* jabber.org
 
* jabber.org
 
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* darkskies.za.net
== How Can Services Participate? ==
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* bergnetworks.com
 
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* im.flosoft.biz
Simply require SSL or TLS connections for client-to-server connections and install a digital security certificate. You can obtain a FREE domain certificate from the [https://www.xmpp.net/ XMPP Intermediate Certificate Authority].
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* jabber.fr and im.apinc.org
    
== How Can End Users Prepare? ==
 
== How Can End Users Prepare? ==
   
Upgrade your client to the most recent version. In general, the most recent versions of all major Jabber clients support encryption. That includes:
 
Upgrade your client to the most recent version. In general, the most recent versions of all major Jabber clients support encryption. That includes:
 
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* [http://www.adium.im/ Adium] 1.2.7
* [http://www.adiumx.com/ Adium] 1.2.7
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* [http://coccinella.im/ Coccinella] 0.96.8
* Gaim is now [http://www.pidgin.im/ Pidgin] -- time to upgrade!
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* [http://code.google.com/p/exodus/ Exodus] 0.10
* [http://kopete.kde.org/] 0.50
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* [http://www.gajim.org/ Gajim] 0.11 (and [http://trac.gajim.org/wiki?lang=en 0.12 alpha])
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* [http://kopete.kde.org/ Kopete] 0.50
 
* [http://www.miranda-im.org/ Miranda] 0.7.8
 
* [http://www.miranda-im.org/ Miranda] 0.7.8
* [http://www.pandion.be/] 2.5
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* [http://pandion.im/ Pandion] 2.5
* [http://www.pidgin.im/ Pidgin] 2.4.3
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* [http://www.pidgin.im/ Pidgin] 2.4.3 (in the past:Gaim)
 
* [http://psi-im.org/ Psi] 0.11 and 0.12
 
* [http://psi-im.org/ Psi] 0.11 and 0.12
* [http://www.ceruleanstudios.com/] Trillian 3.1.10
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* [http://www.trillian.im/ Trillian] Trillian 3.1.10
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== How Can Services Prepare? ==
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Simply require SSL or TLS connections for client-to-server connections and install a digital security certificate. You can obtain a FREE domain certificate from the [http://xmpp.net/ XMPP Intermediate Certificate Authority].
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== How Can Client Developers Help? ==
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Step by Step guides for Jabber Servers:
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* [[sslonly ejabberd|ejabberd]]
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* [[sslonly jabberd2|Jabberd2]]
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* [[sslonly jabberd14|Jabberd14]]
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* [[sslonly openfire|Openfire]]
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* [[sslonly tigase|Tigase]]
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Build support for TLS (SSL) and SASL into your client as defined in [http://www.xmpp.org/rfcs/rfc3920.html RFC 3920] and [http://www.xmpp.org/internet-drafts/draft-saintandre-rfc3920bis-06.html rfc3920bis]. Support for certificates issued by the [https://www.xmpp.net/ XMPP Intermediate Certificate Authority] is also very helpful, because many Jabber services on the Internet use the free certificates issued by the XMPP ICA.
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== How Can Client Developers Prepare? ==
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Build support for TLS (SSL) and SASL into your client as defined in [http://xmpp.org/rfcs/rfc3920.html RFC 3920] and [http://xmpp.org/internet-drafts/draft-saintandre-rfc3920bis-06.html rfc3920bis]. Support for certificates issued by the [http://xmpp.net/ XMPP Intermediate Certificate Authority] is also very helpful, because many Jabber services on the Internet use the free certificates issued by the XMPP ICA.
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